When the US intervened in Mongolia's elections, they did a lot more than leak emails.
Branko Marcetic is an editorial assistant at Jacobin. He lives in Auckland, New Zealand.
The US dropped napalm on civilians and leveled entire cities during the Korean War. That's why North Korea is so hostile to America.
For the Ricketts family, shuttering Gothamist and DNAInfo is part of a decades-long anti-union crusade.
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Forget JFK plots and 9/11 "truth." What elites do out in the open gives us enough to be outraged about.
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Meet the latest self-interested pundit urging Democrats not to move left.
There's little in the Weinstein story that doesn't apply to Bill Clinton.
For conservatives, civil liberties are always negotiable after a tragedy — except for gun rights.
Mark Zuckerberg's barely concealed political ambitions are an extension of his company's lobbying efforts.
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Yesterday, Bernie Sanders showed his commitment to a sharp break from the foreign policy platforms of both the Democratic and Republican establishments.
By all appearances, tomorrow's election in New Zealand could sweep a young, energetic left into power. But appearances are deceiving.
We already knew that Hillary Clinton was a hypocrite, but she’s taking it to a whole new level this week.
Trump’s draconian sanctions against Venezuela will hit the country's workers and poor the hardest.
US warmongering left North Korea with a simple lesson: it might be worth hanging on to its nuclear weapons.
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The KKK was on the march in the 1980s. What strategies worked to stem their rise?
The face of right-wing anti-elitism is surprisingly elite.